Pat Reese Home-1991
Nestled among 43 acres of woods, ponds and nature trails, this home provides services for 16 men. New residents begin their sobriety journey at this home where it is made possible for them to concentrate on their outpatient treatment and aftercare. They are required to obtain 12 Step sponsors and begin working the 12 Steps of recovery. “Every journey begins with the first step.”
Ashton Lilly Home-1995
Located on the same 43 acres as the Pat Reese Home, this home provides services for 16 men. Once residents complete outpatient and aftercare treatment, they must become employed or in enrolled in school. The requirements in this home are identical to the Pat Reese Home’s, with both homes being a blend of Veterans and residents from other referral sources.
The Fellowship Home at Quality Road- 1961
This 114 year old historical home located in Massy Hill was completely remodeled in 2002 and provides services for 10 women. Our female residents are expected to attend and complete outpatient treatment and aftercare,12-Step meetings, and to learn responsibility through accountability. Our Women’s program is tailored for the female population, and includes components such as assistance with family reunification, gender- specific 12-Step meetings, and appropriate referrals for other services.
Bill Frye Friendship Hall- 1999
The late Pat Reese and the Board of Directors recognized the need for a facility to provide education for residents, family members and the community. This facility is a spacious log cabin built with the blood, sweat and tears of the General Manager Bill Frye, and the residents. This facility is proof that working together can accomplish anything. The Friendship Hall is utilized for trainings, group meetings, special events, etc.